Closed-circuit television (CCTV)
Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is your eyes and ears in your company. It does not sleep or become distracted, and is always on the look for suspicions acts. Companies today face challenges in controlling authorized traffic and monitoring and archiving movements, and the perfect solution for them is CCTV.
CCTV for enterprises is completely different from that used in homes, differing in containers, capabilities, requirements, deliverables, etc. At TSC, we have a good experience in enterprise CCTV that can cut time and cost for any company with our ability to determine the exact requirement for the company, no less and no more. We define the project scope and timing, considering all company circumstances and business nature, to perform successful implementation.
Enterprise CCTV contains three major parts:
Endpoint Cameras and Sensors:
Endpoint cameras come in a very wide variety of options and depends on lot of considerations. Selecting the suitable option for the company requires an assessment to define the exact specifications and requirements for the company, such as:
Through all these consideration and more, we select the first part of the CCTV project: endpoint cameras.
The CCTV network is the way for connecting the endpoint cameras to the command center. TSC offers network and infrastructure as part of its major services. This part of the CCTV project is the easiest part as the considerations for selecting the type of the network are not too many. This simply depends on the CCTV endpoint’s type, location (in-door, out-door, distance) and the command center’s features.
There are two options for connecting CCTV endpoint cameras to the command center, either wired (regardless of cable type) or wireless.
Mature, stable, suitable, and efficient is our mission in this area.
CCTV Command Center:
The CCTV command center is the brain of the CCTV project. It simply centralizes the CCTV management, monitoring, and control for the whole company from single spot. The CCTV command center is divided into two parts: